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2 edition of history of Morley Old Chapel and its ministers from the earliest times.. found in the catalog.

history of Morley Old Chapel and its ministers from the earliest times..

Wonnacott, James Rev.

history of Morley Old Chapel and its ministers from the earliest times..

by Wonnacott, James Rev.

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Published by S. Stead in Leeds .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL18119444M

  VOLUME I From the Earliest Times to the Sixth Century, B. C. By ROMESH CHUNDER DUTT, C. I. E. Of the Indian Civil Service; and of the Middle Temple, Barrister-at-law, Member of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, and of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, Finance Minister to His Highness, the Maharaja of Baroda. The first record of Episcopal services in Windsor is about , so those years in between are missing in our history. Resource:Episcopal Church in Bertie Co. () from its Anglican roots to the twentieth Century. Published by St. Thomas' Episcopal Church. () $35 (Available in Hope Plantation Bookstore) pgs. Photos.

He was also instrumental with Jabez Bunting in the establishment of the Methodist Auxiliary Missionary Society for the Leeds District in , which was the first of its type. In Morley was appointed one of the General Treasurers of the Wesleyan Missionary Society and in became the Secretary of the Society. Then walk on to the church, a gentle climb up the hill. Its old hermit’s chapel and cell were built sometime in the 11th century, and its font is definitely nearly a thousand years old (its impressive inscription reads ). The main church is full of fascinating features from a few centuries later.

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Morley House, with Notices of tho Scatcherd Family. The Village Stocks Old Chapel, — Notes on Restoration. Origin and Foundation of the Old Chapel Nicholas de Rotherfield Ancient Inscriptions on the Walls of the Old Chapel Religious Changes the Old Chapel has undergone (2) Account of the various Old Chapel Trust Deeds.

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Full text of "The Registers of Topcliffe, and Morley, in the W.R. of the County of York: Baptisms. The founder of this Society was, as its name implies, John Wesley, probably of the same stock as the great Duke of Wellington, whose family name was variously written Wellesley, or Wesley.

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